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Tenebrae | March 16 2019

The Fisher Consort presents an evening of atmospheric sacred choral music for Lent and Holy Week featuring James MacMillan’s Tenebrae Responsories and Tallis’ Lamentations of Jeremiah. Come and see us in our first concert in the beautiful St George’s Cathedral.

Evensong at St Paul's Cathedral | Friday 05 January
Friday 5th January 2018 5pm

The Fisher Consort sings evensong at St Paul’s Cathedral, London.

Faure Requiem | 22 September 17
Friday 22 September 2017 7:30pm
St Katharine Cree, London

The Fisher Consort presents a performance of Fauré’s requiem alongside a selection of contemporary choral music written by emerging composers as part of the Brandenburg Choral Festival of London 2017.

Lord, Thou Hast Been Our Refuge – Gary Rushton*
Deus, cui proprium est – Graham Keitch*
Justorum Animae – Graham Keitch^
Redemption – Stephen Bick*
Tantum Ergo – Nicolas Walker
Enso in your pence – John Bachelor*


Requiem in D Minor – Gabriel Fauré

* = World Premiere Performance
^ = UK Premiere Performance

Lenten Recital | Friday 07 April

Our upcoming Lenten Recital takes place on Friday 7th April, 7:30pm at St Mary Moorfields RC Church. The programme features Poulenc’s Quatre motets pour un temps de pénitence and Victoria’s Tenebrae Responsories for Good Friday. Entry is free with a retiring collection, and the concert will be followed by refreshments.

LIACCC | June 27 2017
The Fisher Consort will be competing in London International A Cappella Choir Competition at St John’s Smith Square on Tuesday 27th June.
More information is available at


Carols by Candlelight | St John at Hackney
The Fisher Consort join with the Parish Choir at St John at Hackney for two Carols by Candlelight services.

Music including Whitacre, Todd and Pearsall.

Upcoming Events

There is Sweet Music

As part of the Brandenburg Choral Festival of London, The Fisher Consort joins forces with I Dodici for an evening of choral favourites, featuring music by Stanford, Nystedt and Elgar. The music of Saturday’s concert spans nearly one hundred years, from Elgar’s There is Sweet Music to Knut Nystedt’s arrangement of Bach’s funeral song Komm, süßer Tod (Come, sweet death). The concert begins with one of Stanford’s lesser known works, God and the Universe, followed by Poulenc’s Messe en sol majeur (Mass in G major), and ends with Howells’ famous and challenging Take Him Earth for Cherishing.


God and the Universe – Stanford

Mass in G – Poulenc

Immortal Bach – Nystedt

There is Sweet Music – Elgar 

Requiem – Howells (performed by I Dodici)

Take him, Earth, for cherishing – Howells


Tickets £5-£23, available at:

Saturday 5th October 2019

St James’s Sussex Gardens, London, W2 3UD